Scout Car tool set (Updated)

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Scout Car tool set (Updated)

Post by algor » Sat Sep 10, 2011 11:12 am

I've tried to follow at the best the SNL G27 in order to collect the correct tools for my Scout Car, thanks also to the advice of some Gee members.
The result, at present, this is:

- Hammer machs, ball-penn, 20 Oz. Brand: Heller, available also Billings
- Screwdriver wood handle 5-in. blade. Brand Irwin, available with and without stock number
- Screwdriver comm., normal duty, 6-in. blade. Brand: Vlchek
- Wrench adjustable, 12-in. Brand: Crescent
- Pliers, combination, slip joint, 8-in. Brand: Vlchek

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Wrenches:
33C - 27C - 725 Brand: Vlcheck (I'm looking for 34A and 729 in order to complete the Vlchek set)
34 Brand: Armstrong

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- Oiler, pump, S., 1 pt (9-in. spout). Brand: Eagle
- Gage tire pressure. Brand: Schraeder
- Spark plug wrench. Brand: Vlchek
- Gun lever 16 oz. Brand: Alemite
- Wrench socket (for front wheel bearing adj. nut). Brand: unknow

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- Pump, tire air. Brand: Noera
- Wrench socket, rear axle, G067-22-00153. Brand: International Harvester Co.

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- Jack, hydraulic 3 ton (w/lever). Brand: Walkers 925D

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- Bag, tool (draw string type)

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- Tube, flexible nozzle
- Lamp flashlight TL-122 B
- Lamp (spare for flahlight)
- Tape, friction black, grade A, 3/4 in.
- Light inspection

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Battery BA 30 for TL-122 B

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- Saw, cross-cut, 5ft w/handle and canvas cover

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- First aid kit, 24 unit

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to be continued....

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Tue Sep 13, 2011 6:03 am

The extinguisher FIRE-GUN should be the brand used on the Scout car. I've found three models with different holders.

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The SNL G67 shown two models, one for the Lot 1 up to 6, and the second one for the Lot 7 and up, without any extra information. Any suggestion about that?

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by steve1973 » Thu Sep 15, 2011 1:53 am

Very impressive collection you have. Would these tools be simular to what a halftrack has?
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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Thu Sep 15, 2011 2:54 am

Thanks Steve
Probably some of these tools are the same for Half Track and Scout Car.
You find a complete list here: http://briggsrus.com/jeep/index.php?topic=270.0" onclick="window.open(this.href);return false;

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by BSHEVLIN » Thu Sep 15, 2011 10:45 pm

this is very helpfull
thanks for posting :D
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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Thu Sep 22, 2011 2:26 am

In any case especially thanks to Roger and Lucakiki for helping in the search for these tools :wink:

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Sun Nov 20, 2011 6:24 am

New entries:
Chain , tire front wheel (36 x 8.25-20) - G102-05-00100
Brand: Weed

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Binocular M3 with case M17
Brand: Westinghouse

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by supertrack » Sun Nov 20, 2011 1:43 pm

Nice ! Alberto now you can repair your scout car if something wrong . :mrgreen:

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by rgus » Mon Dec 19, 2011 5:31 am

Alberto
Are you saying ther wrench 34A can be either vlchek or armstrong?
43 M3A1 256117, 42 CCKW 129,XXX, 43 GPW 146954, 43 WC54 81635383, 43 WC54 81665843, 45 WC52 818682 "MO', 43 WC63 82009972 "BIG MO", 44 GTBA NAVY CARGO 218299, 43 PE95, 44 Checker K52 Trailer,42 MBT 375, 44 Coverto Trailer 886475

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:11 am

rgus wrote:Alberto
Are you saying ther wrench 34A can be either vlchek or armstrong?
Rgus
Very likely, Vlcheck is the correct brand for the SC wrenches, even if also Armstrong is one of the other suppliers during the ww2. My choice for the 34A Armostrong is due to the fact it is very hard to find a Vlchek with this dimension...I'm looking around..... :wink:

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by rgus » Mon Dec 19, 2011 9:57 am

Thanks Alberto
43 M3A1 256117, 42 CCKW 129,XXX, 43 GPW 146954, 43 WC54 81635383, 43 WC54 81665843, 45 WC52 818682 "MO', 43 WC63 82009972 "BIG MO", 44 GTBA NAVY CARGO 218299, 43 PE95, 44 Checker K52 Trailer,42 MBT 375, 44 Coverto Trailer 886475

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by rgus » Sun Jan 29, 2012 4:55 pm

BTT
43 M3A1 256117, 42 CCKW 129,XXX, 43 GPW 146954, 43 WC54 81635383, 43 WC54 81665843, 45 WC52 818682 "MO', 43 WC63 82009972 "BIG MO", 44 GTBA NAVY CARGO 218299, 43 PE95, 44 Checker K52 Trailer,42 MBT 375, 44 Coverto Trailer 886475

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Tue Feb 21, 2012 12:46 pm

Two new entries more :D :

- M2 Apparatus decontaminating 1 1/2 qt. NOS

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- Wrench rear axle

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by algor » Tue Sep 25, 2012 5:38 am

Another little step.....

- Crank starting B167750
- Handle socket wrench 3/4" dia., 20" long. Brand: Budd BW-17899

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Re: Scout Car tool set

Post by philipgslattery » Thu Sep 27, 2012 7:11 pm

Alberto, You're doing a great job tracking these down.Your photos are very helpful.
I have only a few pieces ,but am looking.

Can you please clarify a couple of things.

Firstly your jack handle is a bar whereas I have seen a photo somewhere and it seems to have a twist. Is this an illusion? I have the correct Walker jack but no handle.

Secondly ,do you know if the Vlchek screwdriver is the only correct one. I have seen photos of others,such as Stanley, which look very similar.Would this suffice?

There may not be an answer but I would very much wecome your input.
Ciao
Philip


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